GeographyLake Tahoe Community CollegeSouth Lake Tahoe, CAQualifications: REQUIRED: Masters in geography OR Bachelors in geography AND Masters in geology, history, meteorology or oceanography OR the equivalent NOTE: Applicants who claim equivalent qualifications shall provide conclusive evidence that they possess qualifications that are at least equivalent to those required by the minimum qualifications of the area for which they are applying.GeographyU.S. Department of the InteriorWashington, District of ColumbiaTopography; Bathymetry; Remote Sensing; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); Structure-from-Motion; Climatology; Economic Geography; Regional Geography; Human Settlement; Land use / Land change
The appropriate candidate will have the opportunity to further their professional experience by working on a wide variety of projects and gaining exposure to many facets of the land development process.
Participates in project management techniques and supports the team leader and coworkers in working with established geospatial science companies and universities to gather geospatial requirements and commercial off the shelf
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